Home builders are under pressure as the demand from consumers and regulators for more efficient homes is on the rise.
Traditional framing is susceptible to thermal bridging, especially at critical components such as windows and doors. In addition to poor insulation value, these components are difficult and time consuming to build on site.
Biffco Innovations brings a stronger, more sustainable alternative.
Lou Nagy-Gyorgy | Avalon Master Builder
Thank you for your diligence and patience working through this first building with your door and window components. We’re very happy with the overall fit and finish of the product. The consistency of “squareness” and r/o sizes was well received by the window install crews. The insulation factor of these components should prove to be…
Biffco’s Patented Advanced Frame Systems
Introducing the industry’s first advanced frame systems (AFS) with insulated structural components. Biffco’s AFS uses engineered wood and environmentally friendly insulation in all king posts, headers and sills. Comparing the RSI of the AFS with a traditionally framed system results in more than twice the RSI.
Biffco’s window and door systems are manufactured and assembled in-shop according to builder design and then shipped directly to the job-site, ready to install.
Benefits to Biffco's System
1. Increased RSI
Increased RSI to help meet and exceed new energy codes and save home-owners on utilities.
2. Reduce Costs
Save costs on time and labor.
3. Flush and Flexible Design
With Biffco you can ensure that every joint and seam is straight and square. Our modular components are far more flexible than traditional structures.
4. Reduce Room for Error
The seamless design of Biffco modular components reduces errors by traditional construction crews.
5. Seamless Integration
Ties seamlessly into traditional framing, there is no changes to the building process.
6. Increased Strength & Reduced Warping
Increase the strength of your structures while reducing warping, twisting and shrinkage.
Get in contact with Mark from the Biffco Advanced Framing System today.